Developing generic regex sequences
Lycan Thrope last edited by Lycan Thrope
It actually let’s you use different regex flavors, (PCRE pre 7.3 and 7.3 plus, ECMAScript, Python, Golang, Java8, and .NET(C#), but the benefit of regex101.com, is that you can interactively see how your regex construction is going to work on the text you supply, either just Search or both Search and Replace. It’s actually educational to see what happens as you experiment with different regex constructions. You have to construct and then execute NPP to see results, and you’re not sure what you did wrong unless there’s a mode in NPP that does the same interactive result. I use it all the time to construct the regex I’ve been building, to be able to quickly see how the regex I’m constructing works on their supplied text. It’s just another tool, and it is recommended as Peter points out in the FAQ, which is where I learned about it. So I can see why someone might want to use that tool, Alan. :)
PeterJones last edited by PeterJones
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